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Noncompetes and inventor mobility : specialists, stars, and the Michigan experiment

Author: Lee Fleming; Matt Marx; Deborah Strumsky
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. Harvard Business School
Series: HBS working papers, 07,042; Working papers, Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, 07,042
Edition/Format:   Computer file : English
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lee Fleming; Matt Marx; Deborah Strumsky
OCLC Number: 836544840
Description: Online-Ressource, 32 S., Text.
Series Title: HBS working papers, 07,042; Working papers, Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, 07,042
Responsibility: Matt Marx; Deborah Strumsky; Lee Fleming

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